Murdering Nigerians, soldiers or civilians, must be turned into unaffordable and exorbitant luxury, too expensive for Sudan, Spain, Turkey and everywhere else.
There must be consequences for President Omar Bashir and his other riff-raffs in Khartoum, for the senseless and gruesome murder of our soldiers in Darfur-Sudan
President Bashir and his gang of dictators should be held to account for the murder of seven Nigerian soldiers, peacekeepers who were selflessly, gallantly and heroically protecting harmless Darfurians who have suffered death and deprivations from agents of death funded and supported by the Sudanese government in Khartoum
It is public knowledge that President Bashir’s government has for years, supplied weapons and money, to Arab marauders also known as Janjaweed, whose mission is to wipe out Africans in gentrification in favor of Arabs. Mr. Bashir’s government has tacitly aided ethnic cleansing and horrific genocide; against the Africans in Darfur Sudan and as a result, millions of Africans have been displaced and turned into refugees and tens of thousands other Africans have been murdered brutally, by the Khartoum assisted Jajanweed militias.
As Nigerians grieve with the family and friends of our troops, who were murdered in the course of their selfless duty of peace keeping, duties which our troops have to perform in harsh conditions and in the middle of nowhere in Darfur Sudan; We must demand actions and measures that must be taken against President Bashir, the sponsor of these Arab Janjaweed lunatics and there must be change in the rule of engagement, and such new rules, must enable our troops to take-on Janjaweed most aggressively!
These fallen Nigerian soldiers were enduring most harsh conditions in that Janjaweed terrain in
New policies, in light of these murders, are being considered by our government. Such new policies must include, equipping our troops with more sophisticated arms or changing the rules of engagement. For instance, letting our troops shoot when they are threatened or provoked. We must refuse and insist on not being sitting ducks to be murdered by these Janjaweed criminals.
As we grieve for the family and for our nation and we offer condolences, we must be cleared eyed regarding what are in our best national interests. We may so determine that it is not in our best interests to continue peacekeeping in Darfur
It is true that historically,
It is understandable that President YarAdua would announce, “There is no sacrifice Nigeria won’t make for the African man, the black man,” Nigeria will continue our longstanding history. Our troops will continue to make
As I understand it,
Mr. Bashir should be held responsible for the safety of our troops that are still in
The primary duty of any government, including every administration in
The government of Nigeria should then take a further necessary step, which is, urging the world to put high premium, worthiness and value to the lives of Nigerian citizens and accordingly, respect Nigerian citizens or fear the consequences of doing anything less! Enough is enough!